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Old 12-15-2014, 07:46 PM   #1
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Question Weld racing rims question

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I saw that there are now weld racing RT-S S71 forged aluminum black anodized rims in a 4 lug pattern. I have an all stock 88 mustang gt, except for the Full exhaust. I wanted to know what is the rim sizes I need for the front and rear. I want to run skinnies on the front and the widest tires I can on the back. It's for mostly street but I will be building it up soon. For a mixture. I'm not running slicks though. Maybe Mickey Thompson or Hoosier but I just don't want to use slicks because ill only go to the track occasionally. What's the biggest rim/ tire size combo that I can use for the back for the widest tires(love that muscle car stance!) and the rim and tire size combo for the skinnies up front? Also once I put these on I want to lower my car the lowest I can as well to have a nice muscle looking stance but I want to prevent rubbing. If possible I would like the rears to be deep dish if possible. Can anyone help me out on which I can buy. Rim/tire combo? Thanks a lot
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Not sure the biggest size but budget caster camber plates for the skinnys in front or you will never get the tow right.


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Not sure the biggest size but budget caster camber plates for the skinnys in front or you will never get the tow right.


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So they are align correct


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Here is a picture about the "toe" in and out.


http://www.townfairtire.com/images/t...vs-toe-out.jpg


Here is a little info on camber plates.....


http://www.americanmuscle.com/does-m...er-plates.html
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